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morally pure

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The report shows pupils appear to be leading an increasingly clean-living lifestyle and are less likely to take drugs as well as cigarettes and alcohol.
CLEAN-living Jessie J claims she was shocked to see so many drunken fans at her gig at Dublin's Trinity Ball on Friday night.
Now it seems that clean-living Kerry Katona has caught the eye of none other than hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, whose hits include 99 Problems.
She is that rare creature - a clean-living celebrity.
Mike remains surprisingly clean-living for a rock star.
Straight edge; clean-living youth, hardcore punk, and social change.
She's clean-living by nature and she wants children, so she's taking care of herself.
You click near the feet of the clean-living young '50s woman in gloves, brown business suit with a pencil skirt and close-fitting hat.
The clean-living, fish-eating Japanese have the longest healthy life expectancy of 74.
Downtown Abbey actor Allen Leech admits he struggles to present a clean-living image in fitness-obsessed LA - because he's Irish and likes a drink.
DRAM-drinking David Beckham scotched his clean-living image yesterday when he turned up in Edinburgh to film a whisky advert.
HSCIC chief executive Tim Straughan said: "The report shows that pupils appear to be leading an increasingly clean-living lifestyle and are less likely to take drugs as well as cigarettes and alcohol.
London, Nov 11 (ANI): 'Queen' guitarist Brian May has revealed that his clean-living ways are behind allowing him to have enjoyed such a long and prosperous career.
We are a clean-living lot who worked long, hard hours for a pittance to get a home together, and we didn't run to the divorce courts either.
Mark has always been portrayed as a nice, clean-living sort of guy, but Neva's story reveals a dark and sleazier side.